Followed instructions via https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/releases/tag/1.2.8
Tried all possible
Update to 1.2.8
Same, stuck on 1.2.7
1.2.7 Master Branch
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I have reread all the info. I realize the wording in the manual switching of branches was worded weirdly. I have updated some logs here:
seriously a gitbot?!
That's just a shot in the dark, but since in your second link it's complaining about not being able to clean up the install prior to install and the following setup call then fails too, please try fixing your permissions.
If that isn't it, a manual update might have to be performed.
seriously a gitbot?!
Yes. Running after log files, version numbers and the like for nearly every ticket all the time becomes old fast, as does continuously answering the same questions already answered in the FAQ :)